Fleet of top firms launch project to design ammonia-fuelled ship

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The shipping industry is currently responsible for 2.2 per cent of global carbon emissions
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The shipping industry is currently responsible for 2.2 per cent of global carbon emissions

Ammonia and hydrogen are seen as potential alternative fuels that could slash emissions from the shipping industry

Efforts to create a deep-sea vessel able to run on ammonia stepped up a gear yesterday, as four giants of the maritime industry announced they are launching a joint research project to design an alternative...

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